Vale of York & Yorkshire Wolds – rolling hills and twisiting country lanes


The Vale of York links to Yorkshire Dales to the North Yorks Moors and The Howardian Hills, providing beautiful cycling routes. Close by and easily linked ate the Yorkshire Wolds, making this a road cycling paradise, so come and visit and ride these amazing road routes.

Our map below shows you exactly where the routes are. Simply pan in and click on a bike and a link will take you to the web page, or click the panels as you read through our great selection of rides.

WOLD NEWTON  – EASY 10 MILES


A 10 mile route along rolling lanes, starting and finishing at Wold Newton Village. 650 foot of ascent, to give you a taste of the riding in this great area. One for the family.

KILHAM & BRIDLINGTON  – MEDIUM 23 MILES


A fast, rolling route that sweeps you along to the coast and back, using superb cycling lanes.

RIPON & MARKINGTON – EASY 14 MILES


Ring evening ride from Ripon, passing Fountains Abbey on superb cycling lanes.

HOWARDIAN HILLS – HARD 65 MILES


A metric 100 into the rolling Howardian Hills, taking in picturesque Hovingham.

KIRKLINGTON TDF – MEDIUM 31 MILES


Ride taking in elements of the Tour de France Yorkshire route, with rolling lanes and great countryside.

ROECLIFFE MOOR – MEDIUM 21 MILES


This route takes in pleasant lanes around the edges of the Vale of York, and can easily b extended or simply form a great afternoon spin.

RIPON TO EASINGWOLD – MEDIUM 39 MILES


Fast, flat, with lots of long straights for you to crank it up along! This route will allow you to stretch it out and test your pace, or have a relatively easy ride out with the family – the choice is all yours.

RIPON & BEDALE – MEDIUM 31 MILES


This is a fast and pleasant route around the edges of the Vale of York, with the option of a stop at Masham along the way.

BOROUGHBRIDGE & ALDWARK – MEDIUM 38 MILES


Flat – simply that. This is a great little ride around the Vale of York, on roads that will allow you to open things up and enjoy the views of the North Yorks Moors in the distance, before heading for home.